Properly acknowledge ESRF staff as co-authors if they were one of the scientific drivers of the work done, or played a key role in the experiment, e.g. for data measurement, analysis or interpretation of the data, etc, over and above the involvement that would normally be expected from Local Contact support. This includes running the beamline and collecting data for users in their absence during the COVID pandemic.
Mention the beamlineon which you obtained data,
Acknowledge assistance from ESRF staff, according to the following pattern:
"We acknowledge the European Synchrotron Radiation Facility for provision of synchrotron radiation facilities and we would like to thank xyz for assistance in using beamline ###."
For experiments carried out on the Structural Biology beamlines that are jointly run by the ESRF and EMBL Grenoble, please acknowledge assistance from ESRF and EMBL Grenoble staff according to the following template: "We would like to thank the staff of the ESRF and EMBL Grenoble for assistance and support in using beamline(s) XX, YY, ZZ”.
Mention the DOI for the data (beginning with "10.15151/" for the ESRF) sent at the end of the experiment to all experiment participants via email and available in the Data Portal and User Portal.
Watch the PaNOSC video to learn more about the data DOIs:
You can consult the 2 following posters:
ESRF/EMBL jointly operated beamlines
Cite the ESRF’s address (in the case of an ESRF Author) as follow: ESRF, The European Synchrotron, 71 Avenue des Martyrs, CS 40220, 38043 Grenoble Cedex 9, France
RRegister your publication in the Joint ESRF/ILL library database via the following link, or by sending an email with the publication reference to library(at)epn-campus.eu.